According to a claim in the Greek media, Leeds United could be offered the chance to sign Olympiacos midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe in the summer.
The Belgian has been linked with a move to Leeds United in the past week.
Gazzetta.gr report Leeds United are looking to complete a deal for Odjidja-Ofoe and that his club could be willing to loan the player to the Championship side.
The 29 year old already has experience playing in England after his spell with Norwich City, and subsequently is accustomed to the English second tier.
Leeds United will be looking to strengthen their squad in the next window after a disappointing season, which promised so much at the start.
Although Odjidja-Ofoe is contacted to Olympiacos until June 2020, but there could be major changes at the Greek club this summer.
Their owner Evangelos Marinakis is keen to bring in more Greek players, which could have an impact on Odjidja-Ofoe future with the club. Nottingham Forest forward Apostolos Vellios is already reported to be a prime target for the Greek giants.